The UTSA Cyber Range is currently offering free virtual training workshops to help organizations challenged with maintaining important security training continuity because of the pandemic.

We want your organization’s cyber defenders to stay sharp and well versed on the latest threats, make sure to continually develop their skills, understand how to approach and attack, and learn to work in collaboration with your team.

Who should attend?

  • CISO
  • IT Directors
  • IT Managers
  • SOC Analysts
  • Network and System Engineers
  • Tier 2 Support Representatives

Scheduling Training

  1. Complete the free live training request form
  2. We will contact you to schedule your 2-3 hour training session
  3. On the day of training, participants will login to a cloud-based virtual SOC
  4. Our instructor will guide the exercise remotely over a video call
  5. Your team will practice in mitigating a live, simulated cyber attack
  6. Our instructor will debrief and provide training feedback

Free Live Cyber Range Training Request

Please complete the form below and we will be in touch to schedule your training.

What Remote Trainees Will Experience

Detect the threat, investigate and remediate the attack.

Respond to a live real-world simulated cyber attack.

Hands-on experience with licensed security tools.

Real-time guidance and debrief with expert instructor.

What to Expect?

Cyber Range personnelTo participate in an exercise, trainees will connect to a cloud-based virtual SOC and use commercially licensed security tools to respond to live, simulated cyberattacks based on real-world threats.

Our dedicated team of experienced cyber range instructors will lead the session over a video conference and provide detailed real-time feedback and assessment. Remote trainees will experience the challenge of collaborating and responding to incidents in a distributed environment across the entire process of detecting, investigating and remediating the attack. The training exercises are mapped to the NICE Cybersecurity Framework and designed to develop the NICE KSAs (Knowledge, Skills and Abilities) required for SOC practitioners.

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